Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has accused India of financing terror attacks in Pakistan and said the neighbouring country was behind the killings of schoolchildren in Peshawar and a suicide attack in Mastung. "Indonesia has been hit by a quake and a tsunami disasters together", she said.
"Let me recollect for the new government of Pakistan the outpouring of sorrow and pain in India that followed the massacre of innocent children in 2014".
On Friday, a tsunami triggered by a magnitude 7.5 natural disaster hit the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, killing more than 380 people. He said the UN Secretary General will soon visit India and Pakistan.
On climate change, she said developed nations must lift the deprived with financial and technical resources to save the world from the adverse effects of climate change. The minister informed the worldwide community that the Government of Pakistan has planned to plant as many as 10 billion trees in the country. "It shall never forget the mass murder of more than 150 children in a Peshawar school, the bad Mastung attack and others that have links with terrorists supported by India", Qureshi said.
"Before preaching to the world, championing of human rights should begin at home", Gambhir said. "The killers of 9/11 met their fate; but the mastermind of 26/11 Haiiz Saeed still roams the streets of Pakistan with impunity", she said.Swaraj also slammed Pakistan for casually accusing India of human rights violations.
She said, at the heart of Prime Minister Modi's transformative vision is an idea that the uplift of any nation is best achieved through the all-round empowerment of women.
"They preferred politics over peace".
Qureshi said Imran Khan's election two months ago had brought about "a fundamental shift" in Pakistan, which is seeking dialogue to resolve the Kashmir dispute. "Pakistan must demonstrate that it has moved beyond a narrative of distortion, deception and deceit", Gambhir added while snubbing Pakistan's fake claims and allegations.
Exercising a Right of Reply, India called out Pakistan's "outrageous" and " preposterous" allegations levelled by Pakistan.
The Pakistani representative made a reference to Farook Ahmad Dar, saying he was tied to an army vehicle and used as a human shield in the Valley. He said India promoted state terrorism in the occupied Kashmir in full view of the worldwide community.
He said Jammu and Kashmir is an internationally-recognised dispute and the United Nations has called for holding of a impartial plebiscite to ascertain the wishes of the Kashmiri people.
The entire South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) had become dysfunctional due to the attitude of India, Qureshi lamented, adding that New Delhi promoted state-sponsored terrorism in the occupied Kashmir in front of the worldwide community.